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Thread: Will the Wolf Survive?

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    Super Member Nolee's Avatar
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    I am speechless.....I wear a wolf necklace all the time and love them and this quilt is absolutely gorgeous. What a masterpiece and what devotion you gave to it. You should be very proud.

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    That is beyond beautiful and incredable. WOW

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    You certainly should be proud of that one. It's beautiful

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    love the detail You did a superb job.

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    Awesome

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    Very nice and creative....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dkm
    Did you sew down each individual piece or just quilt and catch the all the edges.
    It is all done with fusible and then each piece is sewn on with my quilting machine. None is just quilted down by catching the edges...I like playing with thread too much :D

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    Beautiful quilt - great job.

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    what a fantastic job!

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    Impressive.

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    Beautiful!!!!

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    excellent job..Very cool looking (smile)

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    This came out fantastic. What a beautiful gift. I am sure she loves it.

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    Awesome job...I have the elk pattern and the fabric...I just CAN NOT see how this is to work out..............will probably never do it :? :?

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    WOW What a fantastic quilt

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    This is great. I love how the eyes turned out. Its like you can see all the thoughts. Thank you so much for shareing this. Marvel

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    Beautiful interpritation of that quilt. Great job. Your daughter is going to be extatic

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    Of late you all are coming up with the most unique and positively wonderful quilts. I am so amazed at the artistic talents you exhibit.
    The fine technique you use to make such fine lines in the wolf. I am so overwhelmed at how you can complete such fine work. I want so much to be able to do that. I have to practice, practice, and more practice.

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    First, I love the title and second I am always amazed when I see a quilt like this - in my opinion it really takes some talent to design and quilt something like this. Wonderful job.

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    That is an amazing work of art! You have a great talent!! :thumbup: :-D :thumbup:

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    Unbelievable! Looks painted not peiced! Fantastic.

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    Awesome and unique! Great job!

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    Wonderful piece. The wolf's fur looks so real. Great job.
    Congrats, Kutnso

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    Very beautiful

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    Awesome quilt and love the theme and how you were able to pull it all together.

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